Bishop Benjamin Dube and Dr Tumi are finally coming together after months of negotiations for a collaboration concert


As the news began making waves supporters of the gospel stars expressed how this particular show has been long awaited for.


Pastor Benjamin Dube and Dr Tumi (whose real name is Tumisang Makweya) may be gospel artists, but through their groundbreaking contributions to the South African music industry, they are ranked amongst top influential musicians in SA despite their genre of music.


Dube began his career music in 1986 and since then, he has acquired international recognition, recorded 16 studio albums which have received gold and platinum accolades and nominated for multiple awards including the South African Music Awards. Dube is no doubt everybody’s favorite, with his mellow voice that not only makes for good melodies, but also speaks to over 2000 men, women and children on self-upliftment at his NPO-High Praise Centre found in Boksburg Johannesburg.


Dr. Tumi on the other hand is a medical doctor by profession, but gives healing beyond physical needs, using music. “Music and medicine are rooted on improving people’s lives. However ministering through song has the potential to go even beyond the natural reach and reach deep inside, “he said.


Following in the path of renowned Hip Hop artist Cassper Nyovest who became the first ever SA musician to fill up the Ticket Pro Dome at a music concert he hosted in 2015, Makweya became the first ever gospel artist to fill up the dome with supporters coming in from all over the country to witness his unique style of worship.


If social media is any judge since the announcement of this collaboration, Kingdom Heritage with Pastor Dube and Dr Tumi is history in the making. The show will take place on 24 November at Rhema Bible Church, starting at 7pm.

Tickets available at Computicket


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